Chaos in Electric Drive Systems: Analysis, Control and Application

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 31, 2011 - Science - 288 pages
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In Chaos in Electric Drive Systems: Analysis, Control and Application authors Chau and Wang systematically introduce an emerging technology of electrical engineering that bridges abstract chaos theory and practical electric drives. The authors consolidate all important information in this interdisciplinary technology, including the fundamental concepts, mathematical modeling, theoretical analysis, computer simulation, and hardware implementation. The book provides comprehensive coverage of chaos in electric drive systems with three main parts: analysis, control and application. Corresponding drive systems range from the simplest to the latest types: DC, induction, synchronous reluctance, switched reluctance, and permanent magnet brushless drives.
  • The first book to comprehensively treat chaos in electric drive systems
  • Reviews chaos in various electrical engineering technologies and drive systems
  • Presents innovative approaches to stabilize and stimulate chaos in typical drives
  • Discusses practical application of chaos stabilization, chaotic modulation and chaotic motion
  • Authored by well-known scientists in the field
  • Lecture materials available from the book's companion website

This book is ideal for researchers and graduate students who specialize in electric drives, mechatronics, and electric machinery, as well as those enrolled in classes covering advanced topics in electric drives and control. Engineers and product designers in industrial electronics, consumer electronics, electric appliances and electric vehicles will also find this book helpful in applying these emerging techniques.

Lecture materials for instructors available at
www.wiley.com/go/chau_chaos

 

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Contents

Chaos in DC Drive Systems
3-3
Chaos in Switched Reluctance Drive
4-30
nrl f h inEl ri Driv
8
Stimulation of Chaos in Electric Drive
35
Stabilization of Chaos in Electric Drive
7-47
Systems
17
Application of Chaotic Modulation
31
Application of Chaotic Motion
9-20
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K.T. Chau is a professor at the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, The University of Hong Kong, where he also serves as the director of the International Research Centre for Electric Vehicles, and co-director of BEng degree in Electrical Engineering. Chau is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the IET, and Senior Member of the IEEE. Currently, he serves as co-editor of the Journal of Asian Electric Vehicles, associate editor of the International Journal of Electrical Energy Systems, as well as Editorial Board Member of the IET Electric Power Applications, the Progress in Electromagnetic Research and the Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications. Chau has been working in the areas of electric drives and electric vehicles for about 20 years. He has published about 350 papers in his field, including about 60 IEEE Transactions papers. He also co-authored a monograph titled Modern Electric Vehicle Technology published by the Oxford University Press. Chau has received many awards, including the Chang Jiang Chair Professorship by the Ministry of Education, China; the National Overseas Young Researcher Award by the National Natural Science Foundation of China; the Environmental Excellence in Transportation Award for Education, Training and Public Awareness by the International Society of Automotive Engineers; the Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology at the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning; the University Teaching Fellow Award by The University of Hong Kong; and the Outstanding Young Researcher Award by The University of Hong Kong. Chau received his B.Sc (Eng) with First Class Honors, M. Phil., and Ph.D from The University of Hong Kong, all in electrical and electronic engineering.

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